Podiatrists are there to help you with many things, including:
Tips for when you start a new running workout
Pain in the feet, heels and ankles
Treatment options to reduce pain
Help with choosing proper footwear and orthotics
These doctors are experts and understand the needs of the feet and ankles better than anyone else. Our doctors provide both surgical and non-surgical treatment options for all your podiatric needs.
Conditions We Treat
Great Lakes Foot & Ankle Centers knows how hard it can be to find a team that truly cares about your health and well-being. When you visit our doctors, you’ll immediately notice a difference in our level of care. Regardless of the foot and ankle care that you require, our committed team will help you return to a pain-free life.
You may seek the help of a podiatrist to improve the back and hip pain that you’re experiencing. If your hips are positioned incorrectly when you are walking, it can result in pain in the lower back and hips. Other causes of pain in this area include flat feet, supination (when your feet roll out), asymmetrical alignment, or a difference in leg length.
We treat a wide variety of toe problems such as hammertoes, ingrown toenails, hallux limitus, and bunion deformities. We always start with the most non-invasive conservative treatment options to see how your body responds. If conservative measures are not effective, our doctors will go over other treatment options with you, including surgical treatment of your condition.
One of the main foot problems we see revolves around the ankles. Problems such as tendonitis, ankle arthritis, or osteoarthritis can get worse over time and cause persistent foot and ankle pain. We’ll evaluate your pain and provide you with a host of treatment options.
Foot conditions such as plantar fasciitis, high arches, neuroma, heel spurs, and posterior tibial tendonitis can have a huge disruption on your daily life. After evaluating your foot or heel pain, we will develop a customized treatment option for you.
Those with diabetes need to take precautions to keep their feet and ankles healthy, as this can have an impact on their overall health and wellness. We highly recommended that most diabetic patients become established with a podiatrist to oversee and maintain the health of their feet.
Our doctors are certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and they are accepting new patients! Please contact us at 262-652-3668 (Kenosha Office) or 262-884-0944 (Racine Office) to book an appointment.
KENOSHA OFFICE 262-652-3668 6123 Green Bay Rd, Suite 100 Kenosha, Wisconsin 53142